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The Old Capital Podcast is aimed at Real Estate Investors - both new and experienced.
Hosts Michael Becker and Paul Peebles deliver no-hype education and expert perspectives.
You will gain valuable insights from interviews with actual real life investors who are active in acquiring and operating apartment complexes. You will discover how they are identifying, financing and operating apartment complexes, as well as helpful advice on how to get started and avoid common mistakes.

Jul 29, 2018

Wow! When trying to buy an apartment building… don’t fall into some rabbit holes. Pursuing single family MARKETING strategies do not typically work when trying to FIND a multifamily property. Michael explores some common marketing fallacies of transitioning from SINGLE FAMILY to MULTIFAMILY.

Jul 27, 2018

Your lender brings a huge amount of capital to your transaction. They are a critical member of your success team. You need to understand what’s important to the lender and how they will structure your loan. In today’s podcast, we sit down with a few team members of Old Capital and discuss what’s new in the capital...

Jul 23, 2018

You may have to look at several apartment opportunities BEFORE you find the right one. The ability to underwrite a transaction quickly will help you make swift decisions on whether to pursue with additional analysis time or drop the deal. Mike discusses the specific documents the seller needs to provide you to analyze...

Jul 19, 2018

Trying to acquire an apartment building today can be challenging in this hyper competitive market. Perhaps you need an alternative property type to consider. In today’s podcast we explore industrial warehouse investing. Tim Veler is an industrial warehouse sales & leasing associate with Transwestern in Dallas. He...

Jul 15, 2018

A lender needs to understand the value of the collateral. Even though you paid for the appraisal, the appraiser is hired and works for the bank. They will not discuss value with the buyer until after they have completed their final report. If you meet the appraiser at the property and you mention that you are going to...